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>> hi, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. time now is nearly 6:00. we begin with a shooting at a baby's birthday party. at least four people in the hospital. and one of the victims just a 9-year-old girl. >> and our unser hudson is in pittsburg with what we know so far about the suspects who are still on the run this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. that's right, all is quiet now. but that was not the case last night. over 30 people came out to celebrate a birthday at this house. on ravine drive in pittsburg when two unknown gunmen opened fire, shooting two teenagers and a 9-year-old girl. the shooting happened just after 8:00 p.m. two hooded gunmen walked up to the house and fired into the open garage. pittsburg police say the two teenaged boys were shot, and one was transported to the hospital, by helicopter, and both of them are are in critical condition. the 9-year-old girl was shot in the shoulder. all four victims are expected to survive. police say they haven't had any problems at this house before. even neighbors say they're shocked to learn about the
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shooting. >> there was a party going. and you got kids. and then i heard like firecrackers and so i come out and check and i heard all of the screaming and first when the kids were crying and all that stuff, i said it has to be firecrackers because the kids were crying but then the guy comes out saying somebody got shot. >> reporter: pittsburg police are looking for two adult males. they say they may have used a dark colored sedan as a get away car. anyone with any information is asked to call pittsburg police. back to you. >> thank you very much. meanwhile protesters and police clashed during occupy san francisco this morning. several people are under arrest. and stephanie chuang is live at the justin herman plaza with the rather violent showdown. good morning, stephanie. >> reporter: frank. good morning. this is where the oc fy sf protesters relocated their base camp and they rebuilt it in the last few hours. dozens of people here just getting up now and very calm, but very different, around 10:30
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last night, that's when san francisco police showed up in riot gear, and sfpd says it told protesters yesterday they were not allowed to camp at the plaza, and to warn them to leave, but they did not, protesters say they only heard the warning around 9:00 last night and refused to take down the tents so officers came down and took down the tents an put it in the public works truck and protesters tried to block the truck and one of them slashed a tire. we spoke with one of them about the clash. >> they were trying to get people to step back and they started to push the line back and the line fell, and chaos ensued. really. and i mean we kept it peaceful. we kept it well within our rights. and the only thing they could do was like -- they knew that we were in the right. we saw a lot of the officers that clearly did not want to be on that line. >> and sfpd arrested one person for battery on a police officer.
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at least another four for resisting arrest. buttock fy sfbut, occupy sf has no plans to leave. and they have a meeting at 5:00, called build a better world and some people are planning to march in front of city hall and the civic center courthouse. they're not stopping anytime soon. that's the message. back to you. >> stephanie chuang, thanks. today marks the one month anniversary of "occupy wall street" movements where it all started and it has grown to include dozens of cities across the united states and of course here in the bay area, protests against corporate greed, also spread to europe over the weekend. and there were arrests in a number of cities, in chicago, and 175 protesters taking in for refusing to take down their tents and leave a city park much like they were here in san francisco. the two suspects in the murder of an east oakland boy are expected to have a pretrial hearing today. 3-year-old carlos nava was
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killed in august. 26-year-old lawrence denard and 22-year-old willie torrence pleaded not guilty last month. police think the drive-by shooting was gang-related. they think the shots that killed nava were actually meant for the two men that were wounded nearby. oakland police are investigating three murders over the weekend. two men were shot to death, at an apartment, just before midnight on friday. and another man shot during a carjacking, he died early saturday. at the hospital. and this now brings the total number of murders in oakland this year alone to 94. there were 95 for all of last year. more details are expected to be released today. about a deadly officer-involved shooting in san jose. now, it happened just before noon yesterday. on worcester avenue. that is just northeast of downtown. police say a caller reported a suspicious-acting man with a weapon at the parkside terrace apartments. four officers arrived and found the man in a parking lot. >> something transpired where
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one, at least one officer was forced or felt it a necessity i shoe say to discharge his firearm at the individual. and usually we do that for our protection or to protect our fellow officers or somebody in the public, a civilian. >> the suspect was pronounced dead at the scene. witnesses say the suspect was in a car when he was shot. one woman says he rammed several cars while trying to get away. it is the city's sixth officer-involved shooting this year. how about a check of weather and some traffic here at 6:05. and if you like the weekend, i think today will be kind of nice, too. >> we will keep it up, right, christie. >> keep it up and outdo ourselves, and we will see even warmer temperatures as we make our way into the afternoon. really heating up in the inland locations. and today we are clear for the most part and stepping outside in the beautiful morning, and we're seeing some cloudy conditions along the coastline and parts of the bay seeing some low clouds and areas of patchy fog, but everybody else looking pretty clear and mild temperatures in the 50s and 60s.
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and this afternoon, really seeing a warmup. take a look at the temperatures yesterday. compared to the temperatures we're going to see today. increasing those numbers, by 7 to 15 degrees in some locations and i will tell you how long these warmer temperatures are going to last, a little bit later on at the show. how are we doing on the roads? >> a bit busy. one of the slower spots through antioch, and the good news this accident is over to the right shoulder. there are a report of a fuel spill. and that may take a few minutes to mop up. and traffic busy through that area anyway. on 12, all lanes are open after an injury accident. a few delays along 80. but not too bad. altamont pass getting real busy. 20 miles per hour in some spots. it looks like a 23 to 25 minute ride westbound 580 all the way to 680. we will get a live look at the bay bridge coming up. back to you. >> thank you very much. 6:06 your time. a very private memorial for steve jobs. coming up, his final project the
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public will get their hands on. plus, the days of cell phone sticker shock could be over. the new program that could help lower your monthly bills. also ahead, why graphic video was shown on the sesame street youtube page. that and much more when we come back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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gold bond ultimate softening. this stuff really works. searching for the gunman in a deadly shooting at a hell's good morning. metering lights are off at the bay bridge toll plaza but traffic is getting a bit busy through. there also busy through the altamont pass. details coming up. san jose police are having a difficult time searching for the gunman in a deadly shooting in a hell's angels funeral. it happened midday saturday at the service of chapter president jethro pettigrew at the cemetery. a san jose mercury photographer took pictures just moments after the man was shot to death. the gunman got away in spite of a strong police presence. officers say someone also troyed to tamper with the crime scene. police have not made an arrest. but are interviewing witnesses. it is is a day off, in los angeles, in the trial of dr. conrad murray. today's testimony was postponed because a prosecution witness was unavailable.
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murray is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the drug-related death of pop singer michael jackson. the trial will soon enter a new phase. as the defense will try to convince the jury that jackson caused his own death. 6:11 now. apple plan a celebration of steve jobs life at the headquarters in cupertino. the celebration will be for apple employees only and no public service is planned for its co founder. jobs died october 5, and was buried during a private service. another private service was held yesterday, at stanford. >> i think he did wonderful things for people. not just the product, but to help people get connected and help people interact more. and develop relationships. >> both apple and stanford kept details of the memorial services secret but the guest list included the who's who of the silicon valley. steve jobs was apparently working on the next version of the i-phone when he passed away. c net reports one source says
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jobs' final project was a complete redesign of the i-phone. and another source suggests the next i-phone version will be similar to the i-phone 4 but it could be a cult classic because jobs was involved with it. >> i saw the i-phone 4s for the first time this week. it is pretty cool stuff. that little talking feature, it is amazing. you can say what is the weather like and it will take you to the page. >> that's amazing. >> yes. >> it is now 6:12. >> talking texting and web surfing, why the days of cell phone sticker shock could be over. >> why we told you about this 100-year-old marathon runner. how long it took him to finish that long race in toronto, there he is. chugging away. gorgeous weather outside. whether you're deciding to go for a run or just enjoying the sunshine. temperatures pretty mild, in the 40s and 50s and even some 60s.
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police armed with tear gas moved in when the protesters refused to remove camping equipment from justin herman plaza. president obama heads to north carolina to kick off a three day bus tour part of the latest effort to push the $447 billion jobs plan. if you like those warmer temperatures, you will love what is am store for today. we are looking at temperatures to bump up in the inland spots, and this morning, not too shap shabby either. we're contending with some cloud cover along the coastline and a little bit of fog as well. patchy fog inside the bay and in our inland spots but pretty mild temperatures, seeing numbers in the mid-50s to low 60s for the most part and by this afternoon, a lot of sunshine, in those inland spots and also sunny inside the bay and look at the numbers, 80s there, and 90s in the inland spots, and coastline not too bad either and readings in the low 70s, in our warmest locations an the reason for that, this area of high pressure, holding temporarily, and we will see changes, though, as we see the low slide into the bay area, and going to drop
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those numbers down for tomorrow, and for the next day. so get outside and enjoy these relatively warmer numbers while we is still have them. and 82 today's high in palo alto. pacifica topping out at 70 and camp bet -- camp bet at 86. and mid to high 80s and 88 for walnut creek. and napa, sitting in the mid 80s and north bay looking very good as well and 84 for novato and 78 for berkeley and san leandro a degree warmer and san francisco almost making it into the 80-degree territory today. monday definitely going to be the warmest day of the workweek. and cooling for tuesday and dropping the numbers down, 5-10 degrees in some locations, and even more of a temperature drop as we make our way into wednesday, that will be the coolest day of our workweek. thursday looking pretty good though. and by the end of the workweek, still seeing lots of sunshine in the forecast and pretty much a beautiful week in store. that's a look at your forecast. over to traffic. >> thank you, we may want the coffee to go, especially if you
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take 580. starting to see busy conditions and a live look through pleasanton and toward the dublin interchange connecting over the 680 and lots of folks out there on the roadways, and now if you're headed or traveling just east of there, 17 miles per hour, that's what our sensors are showing through the altamont pass pass, and west 580 and 27 minutes to go from the altamont pass all the way toward 680. no accidents. just monday morning drive trying to get to work. elsewhere still seeing some delays as you work through highway 4. we have an accident, westbound 4. at summersville road. it is over to the right shoulder and we did get reports of some sort of oil or fuel spill. so they may be mopping that mess up through there. off to the side of the roadway. you can see anyway, traffic is slow and go through there. it gets a lot better as you work your way through the pittsburg area. no delays off the antioch bridge and later on eastbound 4, ongoing road work that gets under way at 6:00 between bailey and railroad. that may slow you down. elsewhere, reports of a big rig that lost a load of metal in the roadway. this is at the 880/237 connector
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trying to push it out of lanes and it looks like traffic is moving okay and most of it is over to the right shoulder and 280 looking good and northbound no delays through downtown san jose and 101 seeing some extra volume but not a bad ride. and check this out. things got busy at the bay bridge toll plaza and metering lights are on and traffic backed up to the first overpass and slow and go and past the upper deck no san francisco. that's traffic. back to you. >> thanks. 6:19 now. i-phone fans who don't care for at&t or some of the other carriers will have another choice. it all starts next month. cupertino based apple will have unlocked versions of the i-phone and consumers can buy i-phones without having to sign a long term contract with a specific carrier. there is a catch though. it is going to cost you a couple of bucks. apple will charge $450 for the unlocked versions of the i-phone. today, the fcc is expected to announce a new warning program for cell phone users, customers will be alerted when
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they're reaching monthly limits on minutes and text messaging, or data. and last year, the fcc determined one out of every six mobile users had unexpected increases in their monthly bills. nearly one-fourth of those cases, the increases were $100 or more. >> that will get your attention rather fast. hackers got their hands on sesame street. >> sunday, the show's youtube channel was taken offline after equips of big board and elmo were rer50áeu6r7b8g9sdz..
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an autopsy is scheduled for today on race car driver dan wheldon. a memorial is growing outside of indianapolis motor speedway. where wheldon won the indy 500 device. he was killed yesterday in a 15 car pileup in las vegas. the 33-year-old died when his
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car flew over another vehicle and smashed into a wall. three other drivers were injured. now they did not continue the race and instead drivers did a five-lan tribute to wheldon. and it was a solemn yet exciting sunday for oakland raiders fans and the team. the team won the first home game since the death of their long time owner al davis. >> super bowl champion head coach john madden lighting the torch in a poignant tribute to al davis. >> davis honored during a special half time ceremony. fans started arriving in oakland as early as friday. and all to pay tribute to the great late al davis. the raiders beat cleveland 24-17 and you can bet mr. davis is happy about that. and stanford is ranked number eight in the first bcs standings of the year and won 14 straight baiting back to last year, the longest winning streak in the program's 117-year history. lsu number one in those bcs standings. but stanford is gaining ground. they got a good team.
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baseball, st. louis cardinals are on their way to the world series. >> that's right. the cardinals were empowered last night by three homeruns, including a three-run job by david freece. and they beat the milwaukee brewers 12-6 in game six of the number lcs, taking the series four games to two. and the cardinals advance to the world series for the first time since 2006. and to play the texas rangers starting on wednesday. you can watch? >> oh, yeah. and turning 100 years old. no problem for just one marathon runner. >> that's right. faza sing is his name. and he is there with the turban and the big gray beard. he is quite the runner and set a world record for the oldest marathoner ever. he ran his eighth marathon yesterday in toronto. and by the way he started running at age 89. and sing took more than eight hours to finish. but who cares. earlier this week, sing broke records for the runners older than 100 in eight different track distances. >> we were wondering how many
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runners are actually over the age of 100 but you say there are six. >> six. >> i just made that up. >> we can't believe anything frank says during the commercial breaks. >> how many people at 100 are walking well? let alone running. >> incredible. >> a superstar. >> all right. it is 6:26. coming up, trying to make amends for a massive outage. the support blackberry users can take advantage of. coffee prices can be on the rise. why scientists are blaming global warming. gunfire at a children's birthday party in the east bay. a 9-year-old girl is one of four people shot. the latest on the suspects and the car police are looking for. and we're live at the justin herman plaza. where occupy sf protesters have rebuilt their camp after police took it down, and showed up in riot gear. the latest on what led up to the clash and the arrests coming up.
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nearly time for the opening bell kicking off another big week on wall street on this monday. stock futures are flat this morning though. after the market's best week in more than two years last year. and will is your opening bell right -- there is your opening bell right there. several earnings reports came out this week from companies
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like citi group and wall street and ibm. and jason brooks will have the money watch report in 15 minutes. hopefully with good news about the market. and good morning. it is monday, october 17. i'm elizabeth wenger in today for grace lee. >> good to have you with us, folks. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 6:30. we will kick off a little weather and traffic. if you like the weekend, today, carbon copy, i think. >> and sailing on into monday. >> and it is still going to look good and a nice way to start off the workweek with temperatures that are going to be warmer than yesterday and pretty mild outside right now, and 50s and a few 60-degree readings out there. i will tell you how hot we will get later on in the show. >> all right. 880 looks good as you work your way through oakland but south of there, we're getting first reports of an accident blocking lanes near dixon landing. i will have details coming up. but right now, back to you. >> ladies, thanks much. 6:30 is your time. this morning the search is on for a gunman who hoped fire at a baby's birthday party last night, a 9-year-old girl among
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the victims. unser hudson is in pittsburg with what we need to find out more about these suspects. >> reporter: good morning, frank. pittsburg police are still patrolling the area. after last night's shooting. it happened at this corner house here. on ravine drive. 30 people came out to celebrate. a baby's birthday. when two unknown gunmen began shooting hitting two teenagers and a 9-year-old girl. around 8:00 p.m. sunday night two hooded gunmen walked up to the house and began firing shots into the open garage. pittsburg police say four people were hit, including a 9-year-old girl. the two teenaged boys are in critical condition. one was taken to the hospital. by helicopter. all four victims are expected to survive. neighbors say they haven't had any problems with this house before. and that this is a relatively quiet neighborhood. so they are were shocked to hear about last night's shooting. >> there was a party going. you got kids. and then i heard like firecrackers and so i came out and check and i heard all of this screaming and i said at
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first, when all of the kids were crying and all that stuff, i said had has to be firecrackers because the kids were crying but a guy comes out and says somebody got shot. >> reporter: pittsburg police have no information on any speed limits. all they know -- suspects. all they know is they're looking for two adult males wearing hoods last night. they may have used a dark colored sedan as a get away car. anyone with any information is asked to contact the police. frank? >> thank you very much. tensions rise in occupy sf protests and several people are under arrest this morning. stephanie chuang is live at justin herman plaza with more on the pretty violent showdown. good morning, stephanie. >> reporter: elizabeth, good morning. overnight, protesters with occupy sf have been rebuilding their base camp here. a few dozen here, some of them waking up to a calm morning. but it was very different around 10:30 last night when san francisco police showed up in riot gear. and it began with police moving
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their line forward and protesters were forced back. some fell and then the screams and the clashing began. and sfpd says it told protesters throughout the day yesterday that they were not allowed to camp at the plaza. the protesters say they heard that warning only about 9:00 last night and refused to leave so officers took down the tenting and throwing that stuff into the public works truck and protesters tried to block the trucks before someone slashed a tire. in all, police arrested at least five people. we spoke with one of them about what led up to the clash. >> everybody just kind of walked in, through our line, and towards our communications and our kitchen, and then just started to rip down our canvasses and ripping, and throwing all of our stuff in piles so we kept that line and we started around the dpw truck so they couldn't leave with our gear, with our stuff. >> sfpd arrested one person for battery on a police officer. and another four for being in the roadway and resisting
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arrest. occupy sf has no plans on moving and this morning in the last hour decided to have a meeting at 5:00 tonight, called build a better world. and some with occupy sf are planning on a march around 10:30 this morning in front of the civic center courthouse and city hall. they have no plans on moving away from here or stopping their efforts. back to you. >> stephanie, before last night's violence, what was the relationship between protesters and police, up until that point? >> you know, that is a good point. and they seem to have a pretty cooperative relationship. in fact, occupy sf protesters themselves have described the relationship with sfpd as a good one. and in fact, when they were over at the federal reserve building a block from here police left them alone after cleaning out their stuff one time. but pretty much left them alone. still some questions as to why there was so much intensity last night here. elizabeth? >> okay. stephanie, live for nus san francisco, thank you. well, the occupy wall street movement is now entering the
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second month today with really no signs of letting up. over the weekend, demonstrations against corporate greed, spread all across the country. and overseas to europe. and in chicago, about 175 protesters were taken in. for refusing to take down tents and leave a city park. kristy siefkin has been filling in for lawrence. and on friday and on monday and both days have been spectacular. >> it is because she is sunshine. >> i am just saying. >> well, thank you guys. >> don't tell lawrence i said that though. >> i won't. hopefully he is actually sleeping right now and not tuning in. he probably missed it. we don't have to worry about that. but more sunshine in store. my job is easy today. beautiful weather no matter where you are in the bay area. a little bit of cloud cover stepping outside this morning as we look at the satellite and we can see some areas of patchy fog in the inland locations and parts of the santa clara valley seeing some low clouds this morning and mostly here for the rest of the bay area and definitely by the afternoon, sunshine in the inland spots look at the numbers as much as
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15 degrees warmer in some spots and 80s in the south bay and make our way to the east bay and the 90-degree reading in pleasanton and central bay, not looking shabby either and 80 in san francisco. and over to deanna with a look at traffic. >> thank you, we're going to head to 880 right now, northbound near dixon landing. we're getting reports of an accident, about a two to three cars involved, according to chp, and it is blocking the two middle lanes and it looks like a noninjury wreck and push it over to the right shoulder pretty quickly and you can see in the sensors stop and go conditions in both directions and southbound, slow as well. for spectator slowing and try to avoid that area to get it wrapped up. the rest of 880 looks like there. north of there, past the accident, no troubles, if you go to oakland and again southbound the delays begin as you head to the accident at dixon landing. that's traffic. back to you. >> thank you. 6:36 now. a missing suspect, apparently tampering with evidence, a couple of mysteries surrounding a deadly shooting at the funeral of a local hell's angel's leader as kcbs radio matt bigler is in
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san jose with more on the investigation. matt, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank. yes, getting witnesses to talk has been difficult if not impossible for san jose police. investigating the shooting death of another hell's angel member here in san jose over the weekend. this was happening at a funeral for a hell's angel member. in fact the president of the san jose chapter of the hell's angels. jeffrey pettigrew. that's where it happened. there were hundreds of bikers from all over the region who came to the funeral. an estimated 4,000 people. there was a heavy police presence. and nonetheless, shots rang out, and another hell's angel member was dead. san jose police spokesperson says there is a -- there was a susz picious lack of evidence at the crime scene which tells them someone probably tampered with it. >> when the officers arrived, it was moments after the shooting, they noticed that the scene appeared to have been tampered with. and so again, i can't get into
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details as to what they found that made them believe that it was tampered with, but they believe that it had been tampered with. >> police are expected to release the name of the victim later today. he has been identified by the mercury news as 52-year-old steve towson, a professional bail bondsman and a sergeant at arms with the santa cruz chapter of the hell's angels. according to the mercury news, the shooter may have escaped or he may have been killed by someone else at the funeral. and his body hidden. and police are investigating, they're still talking to some witnesses, and they are pleading for other witnesses to come forward. live in san jose, i'm matt bigler for cbs 5. >> quite the mystery. matt bigler in san jose, thanks. it has happened again for the fifth time in two weeks, police have shot a suspect, in the silicon valley. the latest incident took place just before noon yesterday in san jose on worcester afternoon. and police report getting calls about a suspicious man, with a
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weapon, at the parkside terrace apartments. when officers arrived, they found a man in a parking lot there. police say something happened. it forced one officer to open fire and kill the man. this is the city's sixth officer-involved shooting this year. oakland police are investigating three weekend murders. two men were shot to death at an apartment just before midnight on friday. another man was shot during a carjacking. and he died early saturday. at the hospital. now, this brings the total number of murders in oakland this year to 94. there were 95 for all of last year. 6:39 now. blackberry making an amends to freebies coming to customers after that massive outage last week. plus, why coffee prices could soon go through the roof. the 49ers big win i'm just really revved up. and it totally got me. i shook his hand too hard. >> he is still revved up. the post-game fireworks and how the 49ers big win overshadowed
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by a coach's confrontation. the market just opened about 10 minutes ago. let's take a quick check on the early numbers. hmm, in the red. not looking good. everything down, including the dow, down about 62 points. coming up an update from the kcbs money watch reporter jason brooks. we'll be right back. ,, california should be proud. we were the first to ban smoking on airplanes. the first to have smoke-free bars and restaurants. all while saving over $86 billion in health care costs... and over a million lives. we've done a good job. but even if you were born today, you'd still grow up in a world where tobacco kills more people... than aids, drugs, alcohol, murder and car crashes... combined. we have a lot more work to do.
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happy monday to you, bay area. it is going to be gorgeous no matter where are you today. lots of sunshine in store. and temperatures that are going to be even warmer than what we saw yesterday. and as we take a live look outside here, gorgeous shot at the bay bridge, you can see a few clouds out there. and most of the bay area not dealing with too much cloud cover this morning. mostly clear conditions, we are seeing a little bit of patchy fog in some locations. and some clouds at the coastline. but definitely a warmup today. and then cooler weather ahead as we make our way into tuesday and wednesday. satellite showing that we are in the clear for the most part some of the low clouds lingering along the coast and some areas of the santa clara valley seeing a little bit of patchy fog this morning, but make way for plenty of sunshine, by those afternoon hours, and this area of high pressure, holding temporarily, and that's going to bump the numbers up as much as 15 degrees in some locations, and then big changes in store, with this area of low pressure, and sliding through, that will drop the
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temperatures tomorrow, and then drop them even more, as we make our way into wednesday. and so get outside and enjoy the 80s and even some 90s today, and 81 is a high in san mateo and hayward topping out at 82 and 86 for antioch and breaking into the 90s in pleasanton and mid 80s for benecia and the same for napa. the north bay, pleasant as well and 84 for san rafael and sonoma at 85 and richmond 77 and san leandro 79. the city almost getting into the 80s today. today is the warmest day of the workweek. a cooldown in store for tuesday and wednesday and dropping down more in temperatures and only mid-70s in the warmest locations at that point and the rest of the workweek looking pretty god and even the weekend, and the whole week out looks like it will be filled with sunshine and beautiful as well. that's a look at the forecast. how are we doing traffic-wise. >> busy along 880. an accident northbound 880 at dixon landing. a couple of cars involved. it is blocking the two right lanes. so traffic is slow and go working your way through that
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area. chp is still working on getting it over to the right shoulder but i did just check in with them and there may be possible injuries in this accident. southbound 880, taking a lit as well. through the spectator slowing and give yourself extra time. we have a truck that dropped a load of metal in the roadway. this is on the 880 connector to 237. and not affecting it once you connect to roadway but it may affect your drive along 280 as you approach 237. and as you can see here live, the traffic, and not too bad through here and the rest of the south bay, checking in problem free. no delays along 280 right now, northbound as you work your way through downtown san jose and starting to see slightly stop and go conditions on 101 through san jose and that is pretty typical for the morning commute. and elsewhere, 880 through oakland. not bad. and northbound as you work your way toward the maze, and traffic still moving pretty nicely. and again, southbound, you will run into delays around dixon landing. and bay bridge, stacked up and business as usual and 27 minutes now, and westbound 80 from the carquinez bridge to the maze. the metering lights are on. and traffic is busy up the incline and a little sluggish
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working your way into san francisco and the eastbound side of the bay bridge at the lower deck as you approach the tollgates, reports of a broken down vehicle over to the right and keep your eyes peeled for that one as you hit the roadways and as you hit the roadways and take can the san mateo bridge, check this out, a bright spot and it usually is, 15 minutes to go from 880 and 101. check in your car, with our radio partners kcbs radio 106.9 f.m. president barack obama is flying from washington to north carolina this morning, then he will spend the next three days aboard a bus. touring through north carolina. virginia and two states that could be very critical to his re-election campaign. the white house says the trip is to push for the president's jobs plan. senate republicans blocked the vote on the $447 billion proposal last week. from sidney to san francisco, customers lined up to be first in line to get that new i-phone 4s. >> and for more on the successful debut weekend, here is jason brooks with kcbs and
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cbs money watch .com. good monday morning, jason. >> steve jobs would be happy. it was quite the weekend for the i-phone 4s as it made the instore debut and apple said it sold 4 million of the devices. and that doubled prior record set last year. a couple of numbers apple is throwing out there. the ios operating 5 system made the debut and 25 million have been downloaded. and it also says 20 million users have signed up for the new i cloud system. and apple shares are down slightly but did close at a record high on friday at over $421 per share. and wells fargo out with the third quarter earnings and not that great. and missed on both the profit and the revenue side. and profit missing by one cent per share, and revenue down by about $400 million, and the ceo of the san francisco-based bank saying that the economy has been more sluggish and uneven, than anyone expected. a little bit better numbers
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for charles schwab, the san francisco-based brokerage and said its profit rose 77% to $220 million, as more trading was done over the third quarter compared to the year earlier. and so it benefited with that along with cost controls. wells fargo though is dragging on the markets this morning. right now the shares are down a little over 5%. so the financial sector is in the red because of that. and the dow dropping 50 points right now and the nasdaq is down by 10. and the s&p is off by 5. but we're also coming off pretty strong gains on friday so we will see how it goes the rest of the morning and the third quarter earnings season kicking off in ernest. >> a quick question, apple stock, 421, the highest it has ever been. when does it split and make it a little affordable to buy more than one share so to speak. >> if i knew that, i would be set. nobody knows. apple obviously hasn't indicated whether or not it will buy back any shares any time soon or whether or not it will split and they have a lot of cash on hand so that's a big question. the shareholders are looking for something back. but so far, no word from apple on any of that. we will be sure to let you know.
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>> i was going to say, when you find out, give me a call, would you? >> absolutely. >> jason brooks kcbs, cbs money watch .com, on a monday. thanks. the s.e.c. today is expected to announce a new warning program for cell phone users. and customers will be alerted when they're reaching monthly limits on minutes and text messages and data. and last year, one out of six mobile users had unexpected increases in the monthly bills and one-fourth of the cases, increases are were 100 bucks or even more. some blackberry users are in for a mea culpa gift from research in motion. the canadian company is giving free premium applications and a month of technical support to customers affected by outages last week end. that blackout interrupted e-mail and internet services for tens of millions of users. all around the world. this is a big uh-oh for us on the morning show. the morning cup of joe could ends up costing a lot more. >> starbucks warns the global warming may lead to a shortage
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in the world's coffee supply. the company's director of sustain ability, they have one of those? says that in the next 20 to 30 years, there is a significant risk to the supply of the arabica coffee bean and grows best in a narrow range of temperatures but extremes are expected in some tropical areas so the end result from all of that may be higher prices for everyone in 20 to 30 years. i don't think we will have to worry about it too much. >> i guess so. coffee is more of a staple in my life than milk so it doesn't matter how much it goes up, i will still continue to buy it. >> i feel your pain. time for a look at what is coming up later on "the early show." >> erika hill joins us now from new york. good morning. >> good morning. we're going to have a little bit more on the coffee story as well. i need milling in my coffee so i would need milk. >> that's right. >> milk, too. >> we need to start stockpiling. >> i go black. >> she likes her coffee like
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david gabor where you have to put a spoon in it to stir it. >> and it stands up straight. >> and we will have the latest on the terrible accident. a massive pileup in las vegas yesterday. and it took the life of ind 50500 champ -- indy 500 champ dan wheldon. and we will have a closer look at the sport which some say may be coming too fast or too dangerous. the morning's top headlines, stay with us for that. >> "the early show" begins at 7:00. >> thanks. a win by the 49ers and then a little skirmish between the head coaches. >> i guess so. the game's key play, alex smith connects with delaney walker for the game-winning touchdown. this was crunch time. and jim harbaugh, very emotional guy, he celebrated and this is how he finished the game, shaking the hand of lions coach jim schwartz with a pat on the back and you can see the lions coach was not happy about it at all. and words were exchanged and the
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team es came out and the coaches actually had to be separated by several team members. >> when you work with a group of guys, you're on a team, you're trying to do something special, and to see are guys go out there and -- your guys go out there and perform that way, i do get emotional about that. >> it fires me up. it fires me up a lot. so i'm not going to apologize for that. if that offends you or anybody else, then so be it. >> he is juiced. san francisco won the game. remember the lions were undefeated. 25-19. and the niners are now 5-1 for the first time since 2002. and we want you to know what you think about this little tiff, and check out our cbs 5 early edition facebook. i put an entry on there. and chime away. >> there is a little too much testosterone in the room. >> is there? >> aren't you a big football fan? >> what did you do on sunday. >> i shopped actually. >> for curtains. >> good discounts. we will talk about it during the
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commercial break. 6:52. bullets fly at a baby's birthday party. a 9-year-old girl one of several people shot in the east bay during that party and what we're learning about the suspects that are still on the run this morning. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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a shooting at a baby's birthday party leaves four people in the hospital. one of the victims is a 9-year-old girl. unser hudson is in pittsburg with what we know about the suspects and we understand they're still on the run this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. all is quiet now but pittsburg police are still patrolling the area after last night's shooting. it happened at this corner house on ravine drive in pittsburg. 30 people came out to celebrate a baby's birthday when gunmen began shooting hitting two teenagers and a 9-year-old girl. around 8:00 p.m. sunday night, two hooded gunmen walked up to the house, and fired shots into the open garage. pittsburg police say four people were hit, including a 9-year-old girl. two teenaged boys are in critical condition. and neighbors say it is a quiet neighborhood so they were shocked to learn about last night's shooting. the police say it is all that they know, they are looking for two adult suspects who may have used a dark colored sedan as a get away car. many with any information is asked to call pittsburg police.
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back to you. >> okay, thank you. at least five occupy san francisco protesters are under arrest for blocking treats in the downtone area last night. protesters refused to remove camping equipment from the justin herman plaza. police dismantled the camp and loaded tents into trucks about 10:00 last night and some protesters tried to block the trucks. it is 22 years since the loma prieta earthquake, 1989, when the 7.1 magnitude quake devastated areas from oakland to san francisco and santa cruz and watsonville. blamed for 67 deaths. an open house and remembrance is planned this afternoon at san francisco fire department museum, with a moment of silence at 5:04. the minute the quake hit. >> i was hosting a sports comedy night in new hampshire, and i kept looking up at the game, and saying why do they keep showing the bay bridge? and sudden my station called me
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and said get a hold of your parents and we want to do a live phone interview and i flew out a day later for a wedding. >> i was studying for a junior high science test. >> weather, how are we doing on this monday morning? >> beautiful. calm outside. a little bit of cloud cover. and this afternoon, temperatures warming up as much as 15 degrees in some spots and 90s inland. a cool down for tuesday and cooler for wednesday but the fall-like weather pleasant into the end of next weekend. this is the kind of weather you want to get outside and pick your pumpkin and halloween coming up, and pick the perfect jack-o-lantern, a shot of the pumpkin patch in petaluma, a gorgeous day to get outside and grab a pumpkin and make a pumpkin pie. that sounds great for me right now. we're nearing breakfast time. >> i like the framing of the shot. >> that is great. >> i did take the photo. >> i'm not going to lie. [ laughter ] >> but the reason we're using my photo is we need more photos.
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if you go to the web site, cbs 5 .com and send in your photos of your pumpkin picking. >> great photography. >> and on the phone no less. >> pretty good. >> let's jump over to the freeways. we will start in the peninsula with a report of a new accident. northbound 280 at highway 1. looks like the right lane is blocked for this accident. noninjury. but chp is on the scene. we're seeing slight delays as you work your way through there and elsewhere as you work your way along the golden gate bridge and getting a little bit better and much foggier earlier this morning and so far, so good and southbound no san francisco. no major changes. and not the case for the bay bridge toll plaza and metering lights are on and busy from the east shore freeway and to the maze. and 880, an accident cleared to the right shoulder. and lanes are open but traffic is recovering, in both directions. >> happy anniversary. >> that's right. >> how many years? >> three. >> three. >> he put up with me for three years. >> is he watching? >> he is watching. h

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